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It will be at least 24 years behind bars for the lookout in the Robert Chae murder. Philadelphia resident Robert Eatman was sentenced Friday for his role in a Montgomery Township home invasion and robbery more than a year and a half ago. Chae died after a severe beating by three intruders at his Gwynmont Drive home. Eatman was outside keeping a lookout while the robbery took place and was convicted of third degree murder, robbery and conspiracy for his part in planning the home invasion. Eatman testified in court against the three men that did the beating and said he would have not participated in the robbery if he knew it would end in the murder of the victim.